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FACT - Friends of Alum Creek and Tributaries

FACT - Friends of Alum Creek and Tributaries

Volunteers working to preserve and protect the quality & beauty of the Alum Creek watershed and promote environmentally responsible recreation, educational opportunities, & citizen participation at many levels.

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We are still seeking feedback on the city's draft Climate Action Plan. Take a few moments this weekend to review and comment.

Sections include Climate Solutions, Buildings, Transportation, Waste, and Sustainable Neighborhoods. Sharing your opinion is as easy as clicking “agree, neutral, or disagree,” and there is also a section for your ideas if they are not already in the plan. Click here for the plan and to comment: climateactioncolumbus.consider.it/
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Expanded recycling intake news and details for those using Rumpke services, including Columbus residents. ... See MoreSee Less

Expanded recycling intake news and details for those using Rumpke services, including Columbus residents.

Good news for those who use Rumpke recycling. ... See MoreSee Less

Good news for those who use Rumpke recycling.

Happy winter solstice greetings and friendly reminder of our annual membership appeal. Please renew your FACT membership or become a FACT member or gift a membership. Contribute on-line via friendsofalumcreek.org/personal-membership/ or mail us a check. Thanks to all and happy holidays. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy winter solstice greetings and friendly reminder of our annual membership appeal. Please renew your FACT membership or become a FACT member or gift a membership. Contribute on-line via https://friendsofalumcreek.org/personal-membership/ or mail us a check. Thanks to all and happy holidays.

Creating a much needed local connector with the Alum Creek Greenway Trail in north Columbus. ... See MoreSee Less

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FACT - Friends of Alum Creek and Tributaries

Preservation Parks Delaware County 100+ acre parcel, former ag field with two streams and wetland areas being restored within Alum Creek floodplain. $450k project led by Environmental Remediation Contractor, supported with grant funding from US EPA. Hundreds of large and small trees have been planted with many more being added. This county parkland will have future public access and amenities. Located at the SE corner of I-71 and Bale Kenyon Rd in Orange Township. FACT toured project site on Nov 19, 2020. In addition, see FACT's April 2019 photos from one of our tree planting service projects here. www.facebook.com/pg/FriendsofAlumCreek/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2523755817654211 ... See MoreSee Less

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